American Novelists Since World War II.: Third series
James Richard Giles, Wanda H. Giles
Gale Research Company, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 405 pages
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Plan of the Series ix Torn Morrison 1931
Vance Bourjaily 1922 3 Robert E Fleming
Frederick Exley 19291992 24 John D Kalb
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